I started competitive sailing when I was 14, in 2012. The first year was about learning, with very modest results. Thanks to my coaches and ability to sail and train throughout the whole winter season, my development was extremely fast. In the next year, in 2013, at the age of 15, I won the national championship in Hungary in the Olympic Laser Radial class, became the female sailor of the year, and also won a Youth World Champion title, which qualified me for the Youth Olympic Games in 2014.
Two years later, I've already earned a spot to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, at the age of 18. In 2018 I left the youth competitions with 5 World Champion titles and a European Champion title behind me. In the same year, I earned my second Olympic qualification, this time to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, which is now has been postponed to 2021. In the meantime, I keep on learning and training as much as I can in order to achieve my goal, an Olympic medal.
My support team consists of my sponsors, my coaches, my expert team, and my family. To achieve great results I need input from many different areas, such as sailing coaching, strength & conditioning, physiotherapy, medical experts, media advisors, and so on.
My main philosophy is to never give up. If you fail, if you make mistakes, draw the conclusion, and work on the steps to improve. Occasional bad results make me work even harder and make me even more motivated. I want to be the best so I do whatever it takes to achieve my goals.